This is an ancient British museum, opened by the British Lindfield Victorian, which attracts many visitors. Here you can feel the British-style living environment, the elegant decoration is very distinctive.
A white woman in her 80s, in her classic dress, introduced us at a very slow pace, was waiting for us at the Lindfield Victorian House Museum. Her name is Katherine, and the old house is her private property, and the tickets are 400 rand (50 rand/person), and she will show guests the Victorian home decorations, collections and lifestyles of the time. Her accent is a good English accent, and she speaks slowly and easily. We looked at her dress and explained it quickly. The Victorian hostess was very complicated. She was wearing the maid's dress for the convenience of action. As time went backwards, as we followed Catherine up the steps, across the red carpet corridor in front of the house, into the interior, we went from the 21st century to the Victorian era. The large house is a collection of a wide variety of functional antiques and artwork, and the owners have placed an endless array of antiques in every room of the house in the Victorian way of life, without a doubt. It was supposed to be a scene of a noble family. Catherine was very knowledgeable and storytelling, and every important collection and every detail of life came to her as if she were the one who lived in that time. The visit lasted an hour, and the old woman, without rest, led the group slowly and slowly. Her expression was calm, her body was straight, her face was always a faint smile, her manner was so elegant, but her blue eyes were gleaming. I think this elderly woman belongs to the Victorian era, and her sparks of life bloom only for that time.